Jillian Jamaleddin

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Summer School Options and Enrollment

By Jillian Jamaleddin   With enrolling for next school year as a priority right now, some students may find taking summer school classes is in their best interest. If this is the case, students can enroll now until  March 16 at 3 p.m. or during the second enrollment window, which is from April 2 to May Read More

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The Inclusion of Women in the 2018 Oscars

By Jillian Jamaleddin   On January 23, the nominations for the 2018 Oscars were released. This is the 90 year for the Academy Awards show. Some of the categories for the Oscars are Best Picture, Directing, Lead Actor and Actress, Supporting Actor and Actress and numerous other nominees.   “My favorite category is best actress because let’s Read More

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The Film that Keeps the Audience Guessing

By Jillian Jamaleddin   On November 10, Murder on the Orient Express was released. This murder mystery keeps the audience guessing throughout the film while giving clues as to who may be the criminal. The film opens with Detective Hercule Poirot solving a case and then escalates as the story moves along. Poirot ends up travelling Read More

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The 86 Annual Plaza Art Fair

By Jillian Jamaleddin   From September 22 to the 24 the 86 Annual Plaza Art Fair will be held. The fair will be open from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. The Plaza Art Fair spans over nine city blocks Read More

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Mr. Bronco 2017

By Jillian Jamaleddin   On Friday, April 21, Mr. Bronco 2017 will be held in the LSN performing arts center. The show starts at 7:30, but the doors open at 7:15. The cost of admission for the Mr. Bronco show is seven dollars. This year there are 10 candidates. The candidates are Brad Welch, Clayton Anderson, Read More

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Bill Paxton Dies at Age 61

By Jillian Jamaleddin   Actor Bill Paxton died at age 61 on February 26. He is said to have died due to complications during a surgery. His death was announced by a family representative; leading to countless friends, family, and fans to mourn.   “I was so sad. I thought about Twister and Frailty, and so many Read More

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The NFL Championship: Super Bowl LI

By Jillian Jamaleddin     The date is set for Super Bowl LI. On Sunday, February 5 the final two teams will face off in the 51st NFL championship game. One team from each side of the bracket will go on to play in the Super Bowl game. The location of the game is the Read More

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Coming to Theaters: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

By Jillian Jamaleddin     Releasing today, the new film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them will be viewed by Harry Potter fans all over the world. The film, written by J.K. Rowling, features the wizarding world and beasts of the Harry Potter series, but it takes place decades before.   “I am so excited! The Read More

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The Annual American Royal BBQ Competition

By Jillian Jamaleddin   On October 26th to the 30th, the 37th annual American Royal World Series of Barbecue will be held at the Kansas Speedway. The competition is presented by Smithville. This competition stands as the largest barbecue competition in the world. The event attracts teams from over eight countries, fighting for the title of Read More

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First Secondary School in Missouri is Nationally Recognized

By Jillian Jamaleddin   Summit Technology Academy (STA) has recently been nationally recognized by the Partnership for 21st Century Learning. STA partners with the University of Missouri as an off-campus school for high school students to have hands-on experiences.   “It’s a lot harder I would say than a regular class, but I think it’s definitely beneficial Read More

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